|Name:||Sino SDS2MS DRO System||Number Of Axis:||3 Axis Display Readout|
|Usage:||For Milling Lathe Machine Tools Magnetic Scale Rotary Encoder||Suitable For:||Grinding Milling|
|Name 2:||Digital Readout Lathe||Voltage:||AC 100~240V|
|Signal:||Input: TTL / RS422||Color:||Grey Color|
Rotary Encoder Digital Readout System,
DRO Multi Function Digital Readout System
Rotary Encoder with 3 Axis Digital Readout DRO Multi-Function for Linear Scale
1. The three-axis DRO, also referred to as the revolutionary SDS3MS. It is more efficient and smaller. less room on your computers.
2. A premium digital readout with competitive pricing.
3. Frequently present in lathe, boring, and drilling machinery.
Digital display table advantages:
1. A refined look, a powerful and quick frequency response, and a qualified design.
2, alloy die-casting shell with effective dust and wear resistance due to electric pensu surface processing.
3, outstanding stability, strong anti-jamming capabilities, independent power supply, range adaptability.
4. A durable and long-lasting button panel, an anti-interference power supply, and an easy-to-use adjustment.
When it comes to operational functions like the sine, cosine, and tangent functions, 5, easy processing, displayed immediately on a digital display table.
For automated tool compensation, provide a value in either the X or Y directions at position 6.
7, The PC and PLC can be connected using the RS-232-C interface, which is employed in many automatic devices for sensing displacement.
mm/inch Relative/Absolute Transformation of Conversion.
Basic "R" Action in the Middle Split.
The "R" function fluid The edge of the circle is divided.
200 pieces produced with no points saved Create a line with holes in it.
maths calculations Diameter adjustment for tools.
Creating bevels autorest that is location-based.
|1 PC||3 Axis digital readout SDS3MS|
|1 PC||Transparent cover|
|1 PC||Instruction Manual (English)|
Product image /photos:
The rack in the picture is optioned, not standard product.
Contact Person: Mr. Piero Chan